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Broadclough Mill, Bacup

Description: Broadclough Mill

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 185595

OS Grid Reference: SD8673924082
OS Grid Coordinates: 386739, 424082
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7130, -2.2024

Location: Burnley Road, Bacup OL13 8PA

Locality: Bacup
Local Authority: Rossendale Borough Council
County: Lancashire
Country: England
Postcode: OL13 8PA

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Listing Text


7/18 Broadclough Mill
- II

Woollen mill, early C19, enlarged 1835 and converted to cotton spinning,
dated 1835 on keystone of door; now in multiple occupation by various
trades. Coursed sandstone, slate roofs, brick chimney to rear.
Rectangular 3-storey block 7 windows long, with 2-storey engine house
attached at left end (gabled to road) square brick chimney with steel
tie-bands to the rear of this. Plain structure: rectangular windows with
stone sills and altered glazing; at left end of main block a round-headed
doorway with plain stone jambs and imposts, large voussoirs and
projecting keystone with incised lettering J + L (= John Lord); fanlight
with white glass lettering (c.1930) " DW & S (= David Whitehead & Sons).
Ltd "
Gable wall of engine house has depressed-arch wagon entrance, one
window each side and 3 larger windows above. Interior: 7 bays, 2 rows of
iron columns supporting wooden beams. History: water-powered woollen mill
by 1824, steam powered by 1830 (32h.p. engine), used for cotton spinning
by 1840's; converted to multiple occupation 1970.

Listing NGR: SD8673924082

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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